- Tra·jan (tr j n) Originally Marcus Ulpius Trajanus. a.d.
- The Trajan fonts
- Jun 29, 2005 Herries Press. 2005/06/29. Abstract.
- Trajan s Markets
- Trajan s Markets. Kathryn Dean. Charles Wolf.
- Building Trajan's Column
- spiral frieze celebrating Trajan's victories in the Da- cian Wars, but it is also a . A.D.
- 2011 TRAJAN MARTIN MEMORIAL AWARD
- In order to be considered for the Trajan Martin Memorial Award, a student must: • Be a student from the North Shore;.
- Jacobi Owens, Trajan Pili lead revitalized Centennial program into season
- Trajan Pili will serve as a challenge for any of the heralded running backs in the Northwest division to get past. Pili is a sure tackler and one of the best linebackers in the city.
- Trajan Pili receives preseason honor
- By Talo Steves Centennial High School Bulldog Trajan Pili, a 6-foot-2-inch, 200-pound athlete that has been a varsity starter since his sophomore year, was named one of the top 25 prospects in the state of Nevada by the Las Vegas Sun on Friday.
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- There are ruins at Troy, mythical site of Homer's Iliad, and Pergamum, with its beautifully sited theatre and Temple of Trajan.
- 2000 year old mosaic of god Apollo discovered near Colosseum
- Archaeologists excavating a series of underground chambers connected to Trajan's Baths located around Oppian Hill, one of the famed Seven Hills of Rome, have made an important discovery of a nearly intact 1st century mosaic.
- Updated: Friday's high school football roundup, scores
- Quarterback Jody Harrison threw for 165 yards and two touchdowns, and Trajan Seay had 68 yards receiving and a touchdown catch as Pontiac led 22-0 and halftime and held on for the win.
- Trajan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Trajan was Roman Emperor from 98 to 117 AD.
- The future emperor Trajan was born on September 18th in the year 56 AD. He was the son of Marcus Ulpius Traianius and Maria.
- Roman Emperors - DIR Trajan
- Jul 23, 2003 Offers information on the life and reign of the Roman Emperor Trajan.
- Trajan served in Syria as a military tribune during the governorship of his father. He enjoyed a thriving career, gaining the office of praetorship in AD 85.
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